Fast Five Quiz: Primary Hyperoxaluria Type 1 Signs and Symptoms

Bradley Schwartz, DO


March 04, 2022

Bone pain and pathologic fractures frequently occur in patients with PH1. Less frequent complications may include myopathy, painful skin nodules, or calciphylaxis-like skin lesions.

Learn more about the clinical manifestations of PH1.


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